Welcome to St. John's Church

St. John’s is open for worship and we welcome you to visit with us in person or via live stream.

In-Person Worship

All four Sunday services are the Holy Eucharist. Saturday Vigil 6:00 pm (1928 BCP), Sunday 8:00 am (1928 BCP) 9:00 am (2019 BCP) and 11:15 am (2019 BCP Traditional Rite). Click Here for Days & Times

Online Worship

We now livestream our 11:15 A.M. services. We go online about three minutes before Mass begins. Click Here for Livestream Service

Recorded Worship Services & Bible Studies

We record our livestream Sunday Worship 11:15 AM Worship Service and Bible Studies. Click the links to access Recorded Services, Wednesday Bible Study, Sunday Bible Study.

Weekly Bulletins and Parish News

The weekly bulletin is an integral part of the worship service and provides both members and guests a guide to the liturgy of the worship service along with the music and prayers. It also serves to inform the membership of the ongoing and future events and outreach work of St. John’s Church.

The Season of Epiphany

The weeks of January 9 through February 27 inclusive is “Epiphanytide” or the season following the Feast of the Epiphany (Jan 6). The word “Epiphany” is from the Greek epiphaneia and means “manifestation” or “appearance.” In 2 Tim 1:9–10, the word refers to the manifestation of Jesus Christ. What is being manifested is Jesus Christ as the world’s Savior.

There are two biblical events in the Epiphany season that prepare us for the upcoming season of Lent. The first is The Presentation of our Lord Jesus Christ in the Temple also known as “Candlemas” which falls on February 2. This day marks 40 days after Christmas, when, according to Leviticus 12:1–8, the blessed Virgin Mary would have submitted to the ritual purification rite following childbirth. The second event and the final Sunday of the Epiphany season is the Transfiguration of Jesus on a mountain with Peter, James, and John witnessing the event.

When Jesus is transfigured his face and nature radiated with the white light of glory. This Light was first seen shining from Heaven upon the crib on Christmas Day. At the close of Epiphany, the Father extends the glory of the Son to teach us who Jesus is and also witness that he emptied himself of his glory and embraced the way to the cross so that he might “win many to glory.” (Heb. 2.10)

The liturgical and catechetical themes of this 8-week season is the Church’s ministry to spread the light/love of Jesus Christ. We focus on how the light of God’s divine love in Christ spread from the crib of the infant Jesus in Bethlehem into a world in desperate need of redemption. It is the baptized who are empowered with the gifts of the Holy Spirit who make known Jesus Christ to the world through acts of creation, love, healing, and justice. Join us in our journey!

Wednesday morning Bible Study - The Prophet Isaiah

Fr. Klein is leading a study on prophets of the Old Testament on Wednesdays from 9:30 – 10:30 AM.  Currently, we are working through the Prophet Isaiah. Please join us!

Whole Christianity: The Anglican Way!

On Sundays Jan 16 – Feb 27 Fr. Klein will offer his program of preparation for those to be confirmed by the bishop and received into the Church as Anglicans. This is a great study of Prayer Book theology and liturgical practice.  Everyone’s invited. 

Our Mission

The mission of St. John’s is to grow in Christ. We believe that being a Christian is committing oneself to a certain way of life. Our mission is to invite people to participate in the fullness of this life by opening new doors of entry into the church and teaching people what it means to be disciples of Jesus. Our videos have been developed to give you a good sense of how we worship, what we believe about God and His church, about being a Christian in today’s culture, what the Bible says, the life of grace, our parish life, and so much more. Enjoy, and may God richly bless you.

Anglican Faith
The Bible and Believing
Grace & the Great Commission
Worship at St. John's
Parish Life
Children's Ministry

Worship Services

During this time, we are worshiping online and in person.

We have returned to a full service schedule, however the PANDEMIC has caused us to take different approaches to some of our ministries with some ministries currently suspended. Our youth work is returning. Our COVID Policies are listed in the back portion of our Weekly Bulletin.

We worship using the 1928 and 2019 Book of Common Prayer and we use the Hymnal 1982 and historic music settings and anthems.

God bless you for being with us this morning either in person or online.

Worship Schedules

Sunday Worship Schedule

8:00 am

9:00 am

11:15 am

Holy Eucharist 1928 Book of Common Prayer

Holy Eucharist 2019 Book of Common Prayer

Holy Eucharist 2019 Book of Common Prayer Traditional Rite

Saturday Worship Schedule

6:00 pm 

Holy Eucharist 1928 Book of Common Prayer

Wednesday Worship Schedule

7:30 am

Holy Eucharist 1928 Book of Common Prayer

News & Events

Find out what is coming up at St. John’s and how you can Get Involved!

Worship and Visitors Guide

This pamphlet originally began with our Eucharistic worship at St John’s and further developed with several additional topics. Each topic reinforces our soul’s need for God. Topics include: Anglican Worship, Fasting, Christian Signs and Symbols, The Holy Eucharist, Holy Baptism, The High Altar, The Christian Way of Life, The Spiritual Life. Download or read online.

Parish Calendar

St. John’s has a vibrant ministry both within our congregation and in our community and our event calendar and weekly bulletin are the best resources to keep up-to-date with the many activities and events we have planned at St. John’s as well as events and information outside of our Parish we believe is important and relevant. 

Support St. John's

St. John’s appreciates your generosity in supporting our ongoing work as well as the various ministries we assist. Your gift in any form is welcome and appreciated. For your convenience we also offer online giving in several easy, secure and safe formats with online transaction records for your referral and accounting reconciliation.